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Q1. Profiles and accounts are managed in SQL Server 2008 using various stored procedures. Create profile and its accounts and manage them using those stored procedures and give the screen shots with results.






Q2. Create Event Notification for updation and deletion of table.
Ans. Creating Event Notification for updation:

TO SERVICE '//AdventureWorks/EventNotificationService' , 'current database'

Creating Event Notification for deletion:

TO SERVICE '//AdventureWorks/EventNotificationService' , 'current database'

Q3 “A common configuration is to use the same account for both SQL Server Service and SQL Server Agent Service” comment. Are there some extra conditions or rights in windows operating system for the accounts used by SQL Server Agent, if yes. Discuss them?
• Adjust memory quotas for a process: This privilege determines who can change the maximum memory that can be consumed by a process. This privilege is useful for system tuning, but it can be misused, for example, in a denial-of-service attack.

• Act as part of the operating system: This user right allows a process to impersonate any user without authentication. The process can therefore gain access to the same local resources as that user. Processes that require this privilege should use the LocalSystem account, which already includes this privilege, rather than using a separate user account with this…...

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